School of Art Scholarships
Thanks to the generosity of numerous alumni and friends of the college, scholarships are available to students in the School of Art.
There is an application process which varies by scholarship. Deadline dates will vary. Please review thoroughly the information links below to learn the requirements of those scholarships which pertain to you.
The William and Mary Bonansinga Scholarship
The William and Mary Bonansinga Scholarship support School of Art students at the undergraduate and graduate levels who display exceptional academic and creative excellence. more
Beverly Helmbold Erschell Endowed Scholarship
The Beverly Helmbold Erschell Endowed Scholarship provides financial assistance to a School of Art MFA student who displays exceptional academic and creative excellence. more
Bob Clark Scholarship
A scholarship has been created in honor of Bob Clark, who generously advised the donor as she established a business designed to benefit America's Wildland Firefighters. The donor wishes to acknowledge Mr. Clark's contribution by making this award available to a student in DAAP, from which his son graduated. Students in the third or pre-junior year of programs in the School of Design and School of Art are eligible for this $1,000 award. To be considered, students must be in good standing and have demonstrated financial need. more
Robert Fabe/Cook-Trane Fine Arts Award
This award assists students in the Bachelor of Fine Arts program. The number and amount of awards vary according to available funds. An award is given each year to the student(s) judged to have submitted the best portfolio for undergraduate review. more
Lynne Meyers Gordon Award
The Lynne Meyers Gordon Award provides financial assistance to a Fine Art undergraduate or graduate student in the School of Art who displays exceptional academic excellence. more
The Jonathan Riess Endowed Scholarship
This scholarship was established to honor the legacy of Dr. Jonathan Riess, a longtime professor of art history in DAAP. This fund provides scholarships to art history students who demonstrate academic excellence, commitment to the field, leadership and service. more
The Jane Alden Stevens Art Materials Scholarship
The Jane Alden Stevens Art Materials Scholarship was established to help School of Art Fine Art students purchase materials and supplies to further artistic research in the College of DAAP. Materials and supplies can be defined as any resource used by an art student to create artwork. more
George Stricevic Travel/Book Fund
Created in honor of the late George Stricevic (1929-1999), a former professor of art history at UC, a scholarship will be awarded to art history students particularly interested in studying Early Christian and/or Byzantine art history. The $500 scholarship may support travel or book needs. more
The Jean Tatgenhorst Conrad Travel Fellowship Fund
This travel fellowship fund is available for fine arts or art history juniors who wish to visit a particular city, collection, or archeological site. Applicants submit a letter of intention, detailing when, where, and why you wish to visit this destination. more
Martin Tucker Travel Scholarship
The Martin Tucker Travel Scholarship is for fine art students in the School of Art who have participated in the annual New York Trip, and display exceptional academic excellence. more
Wolfstein Freshman Scholarship
Scholarships are available to entering freshmen in the Bachelor of Fine Arts or Pre-Art programs. The scholarships are awarded on the basis of portfolio review. more
Wolfstein Travel Fellowships
Traveling fellowships of up to $2,500 are available each year, and are awarded on a competitive basis, to either juniors or first-year graduate students in fine arts, for national or international travel. The fellowships are awarded based on submission of travel itineraries and statements of relevance by qualified applicants. more
The following scholarships are not affiliated with DAAP, but offer scholarship opportunities for School of Art students.
The John L. Magro Foundation Scholarship Program is designed to provide monetary assistance to students of exceptional merit obtaining a degree in the fields of music, art, theater, or science.
Please see other external scholarship opportunities on the DAAP Scholarship page.